i have a requirement of fetching more than 20 people search results
from the Twitter API.

As per http://dev.twitter.com/doc/get/users/search, the "page"
attribute allows us to get the nth page of a search.
So i can make multiple HTTP requests to get more people.

However, i couldn't find a way to pass this "page" parameter in the
@Anywhere Javascript API.

"T.User.search(query)" takes only one argument for the q paremeter to
be used in the HTTP API.

Why is it not allowed through the JS API while it is allowed in the

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